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How To Choose the Perfect Hair Cut For Young Girls

How To Choose the Perfect Hair Cut For Young Girls

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How To Choose the Perfect Hair Cut For Young Girls

Your daughter or the significant little girl in your life, the same one who used to dump strained peas on her head and drop toys in the toilet, is growing up, and, believe it or not, will soon be choosing her own haircuts and picking out her own outfits, not to mention disabled dating, driving, working, and voting.

Thanks to easy media access, little girls today are much more fashion conscious than their mothers were, and even if your teen or pre teen is a camo pants wearing, mud playing, bundle of energy, it is just as important for her to have the right hair cut now as it will be in a few years when she becomes even more fashion conscious.

Depending on the age of your young girl, you should allow her to help you decide the hair length that is right for her. Long hair on little girls is classic, but if she has thick or very fine hair, this can be difficult to maintain. Also, something that her salon stylist can help you with is determining the best style for her face shape and hair type.

For short hair styles the Pageboy or Bob hair cut is best for thick hair, thin hair, younger girls, and active girls. The Pageboy is a basic variation on the bob and is easy to care for. Layers can also be cut into the bob for a look of added texture and depth, and hold products, can be applied to add extra tousled effects and firm hold for special occasions.

The Pageboy or Bob with bangs is the same as above, except with a wisp of a bang, skimming the skin just above the eyebrows, and adding softness to longer, more angular face shapes.

For short hair almost any variations on an adult hair style can be applied to young girls hair, but the trick is to make sure that your daughter is able to style it on her own or with minimal help. For older girls maybe nine and under this should not be a problem, but the younger ones will more than likely require a little help.
For medium hair styles the graduated layer look is easy to care for and style.

It requires minimal care and looks very cute, especially on little girls with thick hair, as the ends can be razored back to reduce bulk and define the layers. A little gel, brushed through the hair in the morning help to keep layers defined, and a spritz pomade will make sure that her hair stays brilliantly beautiful even when she is hanging upside down on the monkey bars.

For long hair styles girls with very fine hair require constant trims to keep it looking sleek, but most girls, including those with very thick hair, look adorable with a long look. The trick is, again, to add layers to the back but not too many, maybe one or two, to reduce the bulk and keep hair looking fresh between trims.

Remember that a haircut is very personal and a hairstyle that you may think looks great on your little princess may make her want to hide in the closet. So remember to always listen and try to find the right style together.

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Date of publication: 1896
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